Remote Mouse now supports connecting computers via Bluetooth. Under most circumstances, we still recommend using Wifi connection first. Because Wifi generally has better stability, hardware compatibility and signal coverage. When there is no available Wifi, or you are experiencing latency caused by poor signals, you can try Bluetooth connection instead, as it works better than Wifi connection under such circumstances.
There are also certain hardware requirements for computers to connect with Bluetooth.
For Windows, Bluetooth connection is supported only on Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703) or newer. Also, the PC must have Bluetooth built-in. If your PC uses external Bluetooth (a USB Bluetooth dongle), only the model BT851 by Laird supports Bluetooth connection.
For Mac, except for some old models, Mac computers support Bluetooth connection perfectly.
To use the latest Advanced Connectivity feature, please make sure that both the desktop and the mobile versions of Remote Mouse are up to date.
To control your computer with a virtual remote control is not as convenient as using a mouse and a keyboard with both hands. The purpose of designing the specialty panels is to help perform certain actions faster on the small screens, such as shut down your computer with one click.
The panel control bar is designed to be slidable, so the size of each icon can better match the size of your fingertips. Also, more room for adding new panels in the future.
In our latest version, you can rearrange the specialty panels and set up your preferred interface.
Although we have designed a set of mouse buttons on the main screen, the touch screen of your mobile device is capable of doing almost all the mouse controls. Here are a few demonstrations of how to use the touchpad gestures.